How can Scouts and Scouters be better prepared for the next time there are llamas on the loose? Start by checking out these five merit badges.
If the zombies come (or some might say when), Be Prepared by studying these five merit badge pamphlets.
Today the Boy Scouts of America officially releases Signs, Signals and Codes merit badge, making it the 135th current merit badge.
The 2015 Silver Buffalo class consists of 13 Scouting volunteers whose service to Scouting has earned them the BSA's highest honor for adults.
The World Crest, that purple circle worn by Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Sea Scouts and Venturers, doesn't come pre-sewn on uniforms. Here's why.
Lydia G., a 17-year-old Venturer, was asked what she has learned from being in Venturing. So she wrote them down in "5 Things Scouting Has Taught Me."
Keep in the loop with Report to the Nation by following @OANationalChief. You'll get a first-person account from Alex Call, Eagle Scout and Arrowman.
The Boy Scouts of America's 2014 Report to the Nation delegates is made up of an impressive group of young men and women from across the country.
Wood Badge patrol spirit can't be explained; it must be experienced. So today let's have some fun with our critters in "Wood Badge Goes to College."
There have been more than 2.3 million Eagle Scouts in history. Here's the number of Eagle Scouts per year, every year from from 1912 to 2014.